For all of you “True Blood” fans, you are probably enjoying the fact that the show is really starting to dive into work on the super-secretive sixth season (try saying that five times fast); and to go along with that exciting news, we also have something to report in the form of an episode title.
As you probably know by now, the producers of the show love to theme their episodes around song titles, and we’ve already told you that the season premiere will be referred to as “Don’t Le Me Be Misunderstood.” Now, we’re hearing (via SpoilerTV) that the show’s second episode will carry with it a title that certainly brings to mind the Beatles in “Here Comes the Sun.”
For any vampire, this title has to be bad news, though we wonder if there is any further symbolism here when it comes to werewolves or any other supernatural creature. “True Blood” titles are known for being notoriously hard to decipher, largely because they could be referencing all sorts of things more often than not. With vampires this season, the primary thing we know is that there will be a storyline regarding the Governor of Louisiana, who is a notorious vampire-hater after his wife ran away with one and abandoned both him and his daughter … oh, and there is also the little problem known as Bill Compton being turned into a vampire demigod by Lilith in the season 5 finale. Then again, is Bill so powerful at this point that the sun doesn’t even bother him?
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